InSpectre is a fast way to check if the user's machine is susceptible to the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities. It is portable and does not require an Internet connection to function. What InSpectre does is check for any Spectre and Meltdown patches on user's system and then provides him with the potential impact on performance. Additionally, it will allow admins the option to disable the respective protections if needed - keep in mind, using this to enable or disable those protections will modify the Registry keys.
Within the main window, InSpectre provides users with detailed data regarding the checks that it made and also provides user with a decent amount of general vulnerability information about each of the vulnerabilities. User are given information that pertains specifically to whether OS or hardware need updating to protect against attacks that may attempt to exploit the weaknesses that Spectre or Meltdown pose. The impact rating is unique among some of the other similar tools but knowing if it is an accurate assessment is yet to be seen. But still a neat function for performance-concerned users.
The utility is provided to the user exactly as the author intended it to be with no additions or changes.
1. Run the executable file;